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3:30 EDITION
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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5216.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1912. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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WHTE STAR LINE OFFICIAL NERVOUS UNDER GRILL OF SENATORS !
CAPTAIN OF CARPATHIA PLACED
STAND TO TELL OF THE WRECK
30,000;RLIPIN0 Til
BOND IS
PUT UP
llllll. tin. II III. I llllll IT" pill III' l!H
m I iiiiiI Iv tin owturs of tin- liniiil
(,1-pnt xt.iuiiir Minp.illiiii, thmimli t!i
Imiil iiKHitw T II 1)iUh A. i'. Iiim
.Lin.. I iihiij tin' iniiilili uvti the
IiiiiIIiik ir tin- lininlKiiinlH inn) lirti il
ii I. If liiml rrniii tin iiiIiiiIh uf tin Ill'HI
l.iis of tin 'I i rrlti.ll il ImnilKiiithui
I .mi III
REPORT
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t'ulilnl wiTum. nt frimi l.nndun tn l"" """. "'"ii "il I" "aH '
put np he ""ml luu- Ihwii re.ulv..l l ''l' l" '"' u ,U,K ,u ",uk' "
Hi.. nuuitH fiom tin- Mtiiiiiiu'H imnrrs J "port to II, o mwunljl)
. .. . . ..... hi.. ' Sr 1 tislitiMrl mi In il silt tint '
Si llalmurl the Philippine k Ii
'tor who mini tu Hawaii nome ui.K
urn in Imcslii, iU tin trtatiniiit of J
rillpliiir lnhor on lutnl plantation ami
(it look Into laUr tonillllon Kt ntr.il
1 1 mult i iiithnrltj i.r tlu Philippine
AhmciiiMj Iijim t oiupli d il ii loin ir lilt
11 iihIh of Hawaii and Maul Ah ti re
tHUll (if till tONI, Iff MM Ml Wtll Hilt-
wlhtl awl, fmin n 1 1 it lit hfiH tnrtmiit-
fu tu
nn.l It uiih followed ImmMllatrl) thlH , " ""'' '' " ll,""1"
imirnliik' h tin liimlliiic of a portion of Horn Maul. H-tiilliiR ki nil ilun II.. r
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WASHINGTON, O C Apr. 19
Senator Uidor Rjynor of Maryland to
day attacked J. Bruce le.nay, cltairmin
of tho White Stnr Line. He declared
that Smith wai undoubtedly acting un
der the orders of Ismay in a record
trip for the Titanic
tlMtlil Itit 1 1 1 t I ii itM
NCW YOHK, N. Y, April 19. Capt. Smith of the Titanic played the hero
during the awful dibastsr, according to the testimony today.
Captain Smith died gallantly after placing all the women in the boats ex
cept those who refused to leave their husbands.
An impending panic was averted by Captain Smith's terse megaphoned
command "Be Diltish. my men!"
Captain Grade. U. S. A . was one of the latt to leave the ship as she tcok
I. . . . ... . .
NCW YORK N. Y, Apr. 19. The "er ,,nal Pu'nUe Ju wis disappearing ne civen irom ncr siac ana
Senate committee Investigating the Ti
tahic disaster today stimmoned J. Bruce
i i il 1 t I i i ii i
WASHINGTON D C Apr ID Delegate K I -o md luHge '. M Dnllou,
tie reprccMitottve of tie Hawaiian S ugor Planter,' As jr alion were heard
today by tho Senate finance committee in opposition to thr Mou-te free sugar
l1l C S ALQCRT.
DISAGREEMENT ON FREeIUgAR BILL NOW EXPECTED
' : rt.-i
I, .,,!, l ),. .ninlliir. IhIuiiiI 'MRl-r lillirlllK HllWll UK Kl
fllft MM til.- r.-.lirl lllMlllKrillli.il""" "l'l""ii I ' uif ."iiim
HI IIIH inuilU) lll.ll llllll III lllllMrKI'
with till 111
lli will luxe fur KuiimI iim TucKilav
iiml will riliiru In tliuo to 1 ntc h tin-
Jllp 111. "I Hill I 'l.tlll 21)1111 fill tin
ml. Ill mi lt II in I'lfim tin i u I. Ill
Ii. will in .luu ii tu l. I'lilllpplnis
Iipiitnm tun uorl.. tli nurup.mil Ini
IlllHlllllH III.' IipIiik PJHK.ll liftoi Wllllll
tln nun.' iiiuli'r tliw Kintrnl of tin
'l.nllnrliil Hinnl iif lliiilth Tli
IIIIIIPllH iti mi Iiiuiril li.n llii- M'x
w I iiiiImi'I mi- nut iiiiiiuiHtln ilili mi
ll, i I In- !' ili nil ri'KuliitlunH tmt Hi"
'l.iillnrlal lln ml of II.ullli la iiini-
"'itl'Mnii'"". in Bo.nl A-L FLAGS HALF-MASTED !
liraitii win in. uiin'utii iiKhnn. imini-' B f ORDER OF PRESIDENT i
illiiti-lv iiiiiI tnlun tu tlii' Ti'rrlturl.il i i
liiiinlkriitliin Hlnllnii l'Yiinlllfx wltlil Tlio UnKs of I lie Atm arc at Imlf ,
kIiI (lillili.n will In- lalti'ii ilmrKc nf mtiHl tmln n Irll.iiti' In Hie litiiM' m Il
l.s tin' Tt n Hot I it Imini iiml l pt on nul '.wmi'ii Unit wmi down with tin
1,'aiiriiiitln.. IkIiiiiiI ill fulfil Tllnnli I
llutt.'NHr tin' iiinlti IIiIiik In Hint Ilio Calilcil oiili'iu lli.it Hie Nutlonnl ol
liiiinlKriiiilH in.- Iu'liu' tiik.ii off of 111" (irH wuic In lio half iiinnlcil tlirciuKlt-(
ship wlnro tiny lini- bc.ii moppil up mil Hin Dep.irliticnl w.iro ri'i-i'l.ul
On mi Iiiiik iiml tire Ik Iiik Iiml. il on from the WchIith l)lsliin thU morn
nliotc Ink', tli( urittlual onlci roinlnt; fioin
It n fruh pnillili'il that unless llio I'lcslilont illli ct
Mn . ,j ne Hum of thlH kind uiin ho-I Major Archibald Unit, the onl) Ar
i iir.'il. tli.r.' woiilil In. mnr.' iluitlw un ' inv ollkiT no far as known amoiiK tlm
I nurd PiiUral Inxpntor IIuIbi'j, af- list of iiiIshIiii;, wiib -17 cars old Ho
tu a lxlt to quarantine Island and uax appolnti'd a laplaln III 1 1m iiiui
tin- Hiirpillon (Ills nioinliiK', nalil Hint IcrinaHtir'x di'piirttnvnl In l')l. afli i
tin tiioii' lilrths or deiitliH had li.enre- BurvlliK an a o1iiiiIimm ol'liir III llio
pnrtiil In Idni Tim whole fori. N Spanish War Major Unit wan mill
wnrkliiK hard and Ii) Imiliilil Mime nf tan Illiln to Imlti 1'ichIiIphI Hiiiki n It
tin Hliiisle in.ii will prolialih he in the nnd 1'rcHlilonl 'I aft.
T.irllorlal klallon wlnre i i nthlni; 1 ' I'oIIowIiik tin. luuprhiK of llio Artnv
mm uail for thini In f.n t they IIiikh In half mint an a mark of respect
were ratlin txperted thin iiiornlui; in llio i.nple mii wIikIiiiciI III till 'II
tsmny. chairman of the White Star
Line and a survivor of the disaster.
Ismay was visibly nervous under the
questioning of the committee as to the
facts of tlte tragedy. He was asked as
to the circumstance undt.r which he
himself left tho Titanic and whispered
that a boat was being lowered, half
empty, and he got into it
swam to one of the r3fts where some twenty others ttood half submerged
over and
for tour hours, not u lilt to move fo r fear of sapsizing.
All of them icput m tne Lorct's pi a ycr in unison. This they did c
ovei again. A
Major Archie Butt! military aide to President Taft. helped a woman
friend into .1 boat, tucked blankots around her, asked her to give his regards
to hie friends, nnd then stepped back on the Titanic. It wis the last seen of
the soldierhero.
NEW YORK, N. Y., Apr. 10. Captain Ro.trcn of the steamer Carpnthln,
He said he on ",e stand before the Senate investigating committee today, told tho story
. IL. .. I.
v II court the fullest Inquiry ond de- I ' "' V , ' ... . u ,. .... . r..,
' Captain Rostron s story win a dramatic one. He said that the Carpa
clar ho has nothing to conceal. Hllha lal caught the Titonic's wirelesa at 12 35 o'clock Mnndav morning The
tjava the details of tho voyage. Cnrpathia had put on full steam and rushed to the scene. She picked up
Captain Rostron of the Carpathla, .tho first boat at -4:10 o'clock and the last at 8-30 Monday morning,
which picked up hundreds or survivors I . An Episcopal clergyman, a passentor, conducted a funeral service for
... 1 . .11 .... i" dead,
of the disaster, followed Mr. Ismay 011 ,n tiaiemtni alt nit,hl the whll8 star company disclaimed response
ln" """ blhly for the wreck, declaring it an "act of God."
(Adjitional Titanic News. Page 1)
lint Mill Hilt W1U1.
A fresh sensation ccurred today when it was learned that the surviving
I members of the crew had been cmuggled off the Carpatlun and held incem
Mlmlinicado before the vecccl came to New York. The crew will sail soon for
1 Europe.
Tho surviving olficers will testify before the Senato investigating com-
So serious liate heioiuu tlm depre- mittee.
UatlmiK of 11 iiiiiIjI who Iiiih Leeii J Ismay said that the Titanic's onglnes were designed to run eighty rev
hi latcbllii; ai.d I .ililtlK Port sliot'tllutlons and wrro only turning seventy-five at the time of the crash. The
plate-nliiKH windows with a diamond (Titanic carried gear for sixty boats, but only twenty boats wero actually on
ui ulllt'l KlasH-eiitlliiK material, that I board, which, Itmay testified, fulfilled the law
lml,i the dlieLtois of the MercliiullH' I Many survivors, .11 hospitals from the shock, are improving.
AKioolatlon d. termini d to oiler a in
valid of $IOu fot the urieBt ami 1011
trtlo:i of the Kiilltj p.uty I'lenlilcnt
filKlintlx of the MercluilllR' Asxm liitlon
wiole to the SheillY today offerini;
the lewmil
:t :t i: :: :t :: :: tt tt .: tt tt tt tt tt tt it
tunic disaster tho 'territorial IIiikh
woe alno lowneil anil kept ho
thioiiKhoiil the dai
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Him tilnl II 11 1 1 1 1 1 u Coin"iHjmVnc
WAHIII.NtritiN I) , Apr fl -The
liirlfT ilchati U now lifslnultiK to get
fiilily until r win In tli Svnl l
lUKMlini if tht lluimv bill relMtiu thf
int.tttl h. hcilult tu the nn' Atilrtoli
ml wux tukn up mi April 1". TIiIh
ftillunt n tPiitittltt pi ntlmnn',
nKriMi)fti 1 fin lit il Mtiul tlaH K'
ik it n rt nitiiMH i'f uniflv. uiinnnii
lutnl Slinnv'Mit It n t lien tli d rintncd
to lt kIn tht iinhmiin Iiihorn nf tlieMN
Mhin iiihI nt ttlt rlKlit tlmtn tu hunt
nt hh Air 4 'iitninfiiM iiiiuotiiK d that
lit will ttlTiT a iitunht i of niiitinliiit.nU
tu the HntiM hill Hi will piiiHtM bin
Ktttl hill of tht t xlriti'i ilJnai K.Ni.in
iih a Muhftlliute fui tht pcmlliiK nuniH
ur' rlhi' utioVrM.imliim rt'iuhftl fntll
t ii I t'M lit, tt tin In HiiKiir hill will
nun. thhd un tli tht of tnrllT Ihium-
1IHM tllhtll Up 111 tilt StIKtTt Til
un till I III ImiiIm on with the (liHtnl
ml htll folltiwliifc Thin U'.ivtn Hiiuur
to tn!p thlrtl platu on the ml whir
Drtstow's Effort.
tit ttrinluttl offort will ln mn y
StDiltoi IllNtOW til 1)11 V lllrt MllliMtltlltO
to i pit l for tin Ifouxt f i Hut. ir
, on aiii tlii4' flu t w It ir tin w 1m th
iiiiitlt i Inti. t oni n i ti It N imt iinw
ll.ll.iil tliw il II til Walt It 111 111 I I It 11
pIM . t Ii ik tmtJorlt of tht n
ad iHinoir i" it i I tt at tin in iNt
"tniul l the Mi'ii-t Mil itui prtsnnl'
irB tht upM ir tin i' of n unlti il party
n other ititiiftf would tont th
ImpreHKlon that tH( onl lfH and
thfrt N no hHriiiiim In HKiird to mod
ifying tin tiirirf
H iiutor llri'-tow imf twlcf trfS no
tttf on thf Hfiuttf that all I he peiii(
itiK tariff lull iiiuxt nt.t tul hf ton
tldprtd but dipttd uf LWforf tlieutl
Journui nt uf ( oiigr sh If no hi thtro
inut ho tlfttnllt at'tloh if the nfrmloti
Irnntlnuotl until Aiifiust llf talkftl nf
the fXfHHii hot Hiiiutmrx ht-r atitl
rtiuarkftl that It nan ad to think of
rtiuiilniiiiT I if re nntPr pui Ii illhtrNMhiK
fHindltloiix hut no other altrnntlvo
pxlHttd Mm fit hi null ami ftr tarirf
hill Mnt otr t the HuiiHft niiint bo
tiiken up nnd Klvvit t'oimkletnllon ami
'art Ion
' SVimtor Penrtwo, rhnlrmun of the (1
iiaiiee rttmiiiHItf. tlet'lnMHl that Iih
wotiUI tin all poMMihl to expedite enn
Hltlerntloii of the tarllf hllU and hapten
, the Htllournim nt of 'onreiN Mr IVh
rone doe not lit Hi there will he utiJT
ptrfecled tariff It Klnlatlon nt this svs-
, nltn
Th reitrnl opinion priMtltn that
tliii i in ! no iiKreeniMit on a f it (far
r 1-Imm mm -mi The illffiiiiKf Im
titi in tu ir nml thr HrlMi w suli--iittit.
i i i it ii ( m ik i work-
ii il! ti ti tw.tii th pi Dtri t mhIvo
1 p I II ii ml I mo nit" of lh. Ken-
t Iiim - Il t
MANY ENTHUSIASTIC YOUNG WOMEN
JOIN BULLETIN CONTEST CIRCLE
Great Popularity Campaign ol Hawa'i's Greatest Newspaper Contest Great and Growinfj
Interest, and Numbers of Ambitious and Popular Youncj Women Already In-
tercstiiui Their Friends In Their Campainijs.
MANY HANDSOME ANDMeLE PRIZES ATTRACT
riftwnl 1912 "RoiMl" Tiuiiiii-Cai, $550 "Rcniini'ton" I'layci Pianos, $100 Diamond
Mini's and Otliei BiMiiliful Pile's the Incentive for Populai Yuinifj, Women Special
Coupon In Ihib Issue Secuios Many Cxtin Votes An Ea'ly Stait Means Success,
NiimlnatloiiH of laiulli'aioH In ti
i: i' n 1 ii u II ii I Int I iih Oram1
I'opulailiy I'ami'iili il Hie mnliii; Pi
i.iplill ami otei) illntrUt in lepipdeiii
id I'lom ocry ectlnii of the 'I tut I
toi huvo tlio uaincH tome, mid Hie
di ep and nuneral hilurext IiuIiik mail
I. Hied in tin. campalKii W bout nlio.ui
liv llio itiimlipi ami jIiIbIi tliat nt-tof of
tlieHo noiiiiiiatloiiH, a Hourco of niiiih
K'UlHlarllnn In I lie II u 1 1 u I I n . 'I hi
iluo ami utll ii.'tl ijin-SH of the prlyoH
'lime lumen. Hlinni; iiid iiIIiok fot llio
nuni; wonuiii of llio Ten limy ami .il
leiub a uIioiik ami Hplilud, IIuiiikIi
rili'iMllv .-i iwilrv has HpruiiK up 'imom
a iiiimbui, all of whoui haw ilrml
made up I heir iiiIiiiIh to lieinine lh"
prsBeitKoi of tho haiidminie 1'II2 inm
lilnlel) eiiilpitd UiiiIpibIiuik "IIpkhI
car. wlildi will bo awarded aliHoluf ly
free to Biimn Joiiiik woman on .lime
22, 11)12 Thin tar. which In U'cnunl.
ed an I he ellh leul car of thu molpin
ante mobile world, wiih puriliriH.il of
II i: llemlrlck. Mil , of Alakea Mire"!,
ami will Hhoiil) an ho ami will lie
lntlueillali'l plaiod upon illnpli,
wlicno Un bvaullea may be viewed h
all and full appieilalud. Hmh yi te
i nil IihoipsI at Mi hi eail Htaco of lh"
t'ltupalitu ilemniiKliuleH a iluloi mined
fl. n I on I he pail of laiulldaloa to
Villi llllll Ulllllllll fl llfllllll I.Ul llltlull.U
.Hie poiiitlurlty of flu. II ii 1 1 1. 1 I a
ciTiipaiKii
New Campaign Teaturea Attract.
Another Itnpnrtmit fiaturo in cot
net linn with tlio cnmp'ilcii Is Unit the
II il 1 1 it I I n , iinxlotiH to present noun
tlitiie .uillr.ilv tmw In now flimiinr ,ti
(...la l.tiii a. mill. ..I fli, uii.it.ua nf lln.
' Nnlllieanlelll C'ili ulllllllll t'o, Ihe fine
must (IriMiltillun liullilliiK nruaiilxalhin
' (Continued on Pago II)
BROTHER OF MRS. JAMES B. CASTLE ON VESSEL
Mr. Percy White, brother of Mrs. James B. Castle
of this c ty, and his son were on board the fated
Titanic when she met disaster in tho north Atlantic,
and up to the noon hour no information had been ob
tained of their fate.
When the rumor became fjencral about town, Mr.
Cast'o was reached and confirmed the fact that the
Whites were on board the Titanic on her last trip.
Whether they have been saved or not cannot yet be
learned, though Mr. Castle has cabled to relatives in
the east and also the New York offices.
Mr. White is very w?ll known in the islands. With
his son, he spent several months with the Castles two
or three years ago. The son attended Punahou and
was very pleasantly remembered by the scholars
there.
ROAD OVERSEER CALDWELL IS
MAKING REFORMS IN DEPARTMENT
!
-
PULLS TEETH; SEES AGAIN
SAMM rlK ii A pi I. I'llltlalh
I. Iiml lot thi win., tutullj llllll. I fol
the p iHt H.vtll lniutlu Kdwuld Kitl
lli.lv. 'I iil old a fallllil I I'Hi.Utlli
lit I'alk. rliinu "iw lh. Iltht uft.rthu
extra. Hull of two t.th
'Ihe illHt' Ik mi hi In lie without pual
lel III dinllKtij Kennedy hi. hein de
ehii.d I'i'Miiiil hiiiiinn aid t O' k
.llllhtn, Mint hud ul'lalll.'d a pellHlnll
,liuiii the bllinl fiiml DiiitoiH uae llio
j i iihi iih piitiil.iln of the uptle liervn
Iti lltu d) went III II ll. lltiKt'H iilllee,
'hiirfiilim fs.i.' pain All evuinlimtliin
.linweil that two tutli ail upp.r molar
ami a wImIiiui tnuth win Iiud1 uhit
add tin xMUttlitH- ixtrm lion llurdly
had the m . utid tnuth ! ii pulh d when
Mi l.i lined. I'M I. iIiiii il I can . I
un Fie the llk'ht I ..in me Ihi'ila. l.
cil wliidnvv I ..in H.e ou"
The detithit can not expluiu wtial
Hveinid to Kvuuidy a iiilrarle Ken
mil) will iiitiNult an oculliit
SUGAR
HAN I'llAM'ISi'n I'ul. Apr l'i -Ho.
tH HK nnalHlH I Im ltd parity
I 'J tc lr. Ioiih iiuolution Uh hd
J W Caldv.ill. the new rutd super
visor Iiiih in ide a lilt with a nuinln r
of local ljUhlncKMiiieii h the li;or
with which he lias taKi n hold of Hie
roul ilepaitmcnt ami benun tu ret in
sulin One of tin fllht IhlliC'. CaUlw.ll (lid
wan to I llllll Kill' !' .1 HJKtelll hv Wllllll
he (.in run the ilty'n dr.ivn to and
I'liuii the eluliu iU.irrlea on a nehedule
,ih in .urate and well-wnrki il out an
a train ?i liedule. lie fiiiiud by olmer
vatloii that unine of the drlv.ru weie
taldiiK iiiutli Iuiiki'i to make IrlpH
with Iii.iiIh of Htone to the mad JobK
tl an ulhilH So he I ll Hi tt lit eil a tieket
Hjsletu When a driver cot a load
from the ipiarrj his ticket w.iu
piilii'hed, It wax punched again when
In delivcieil the Htnne ami pun. lied
aitaln on liin leturn to Ihe num.
Tin. n the overmei laid iIovmi the law
In the iltlvirH who werent ni.ikiiu
trips III imider.ilel) Kood time and it
a lesiilt he hiiuii had llieni woiliiar
iih if thev meant It
Another nfoiin Cahl well Is ,irr
ini; out, Ik that In pad him; paving
lie found that little kiiiikh of mi i
wire at work .ill over the iliv pit.h
ItiK paviUK in a haphu.tid w.i) lh
nut ulllj nii;iliUed Uiin folic but In
lifoiuied the p.ivlHK lllelhutls ,ih will
Caldu.ll diiean t toot bin own hoin
oi anthliiK lil" It The llnl let i n
wai l'liinltihcil the Infill inallnii f,lv ii
heie h) a well-know II himllleKrt mall
who hiivh that Calilwell Ih mole than
luaklnt; hiiiiiI
"Now we've i;ot an nveme.i who
defer vi'H the suppoit of the loiuiniin
it). renurilleSH uf politics aid tliii
man "W'u ounlil tovhaclt him up ami
em thin he Is ulvi'li an oppnrtutiltv lo
put Ills department In a ulale of mm
plclit effclelie) " I
tm I
I'li'Kldotii Tnft nonilitntr-d (leoine I
TiiwiiKeiiil to ho Hulled HUiIch mai
dial for bolamiro.
SCHOONER AND
BARKENTINE COLLIDE
I 1hHtltlll vn r.1 Clinic )
DAN FRANCISCO, Cl , Apr
19
The cchvooncr Alert, bound out from
Grays Harbor, collided with the bark
entine Gardiner City, bound from San
Francisco to Port Townsend The spars
of the Alert vere somewhat damaaed
, and she returned to port
i
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IHi
Ty: -s4
MHltigraph
H C HCNDRICK, LTD.
Mci chant and Alakci Phone 2C43
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